to RPK Vysotsk LUKOIL 2
Participation in the onsite visit is charged separately
The key facility objective consists in oil export transits. The main asset is a maritime oil terminal in Vysotsk.
The distribution transshipment facility Vysotsk LUKOIL 2 commissioned in 2004 is located in the Leningrad region, the Vyborg Bay.
The terminal serves for petroleum reception from pipe, rail or sea transport and its transshipment to 80k-t tankers for further exports. The facility’s throughput capacity exceeds 12 mtpa from railroad and 3 mtpa from Primorsk-Vysotsk pipeline commissioned in the late 2015.
Construction of the facility’s offshore part involved the creation of the artificial water zone, a 40-mile navigational route, three gantries, and a 100m dam. In the context of terminal design engineering, a special focus was put on environmental safety. It is primarily associated with glass-in-glass oil and petroleum storage tanks, which have double walls preventing petroleum leak. Each reservoir has a duck pond protecting soil and groundwater from pollution.